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No, PM Modi is not planning to build a multi-cultural centre dedicated to all religions along with Bhavya Ram Mandir on Ram Janmabhoomi

Retired IAS officer Nripendra Mishra claims news reports claiming PM Modi wants to build Ayodhya as a multi cultural centre for all religions are grossly misleading and incorrect

‘Rats of Shah Dola’: How hundreds of children in the Islamic State of Pakistan are forcefully deformed and exploited as beggars

In the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the microcephalic children find refuge at the shrine of Shah Daula in Varedia but are deformed and exploited to beg

Historian Ram Guha gets history wrong while drawing up comparison between Gujarat and Bengal

Ramchandra Guha, who now seems to have developed complicated relationship with history, today took to Twitter to claim Philip Spratt in 1939 had written that Gujarat, though economically advanced is backward culturally and Bengal while being economically backward, has been culturally advanced.

Praṇavārth: Brahman, Manifested

Praṇava (प्रणव) - ॐ holds a position of paramount importance in Dharma.

India’s New Education Policy will be based on Vedic Knowledge combined with Science: HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal

HRD minister said that we have to combine our ancient vedic knowledge with modern science and technology to move forward in future

Noboborsho: While detractors hail Akbar for the Bengali calendar, Bengalis need to remember Shashanka Deva

Noboborsh: There is much chatter about how our cherished Bengali Calendar was promulgated by Akbar in order to align revenue collection better with the local season cycles

Jñanagaman: The Coronavirus Lockdown is an opportunity to move inwards, to know one’s true self

Lockdown is an opportunity to facilitate Jñanagaman - the advent of true knowledge, or, in modern parlance, the awakening of the Force

Satyaniti and Swaraj constitute the historical backbone of the socio-political order of India, through the ages

Satyaniti, this dharmic anarchism, is the result of the Indic civilisation embracing the dynamism of life, and the spontaneity and capacity to self-organize of human beings.

The Imperial Cholas Part III: Naval supremacy

The Chola rule, which lasted from sometime around 300 BCE to 1267 CE, can be easily cleaved into two tenures: the first part from 300 BCE to 740 CE, and the second part from 850 CE to 1267 CE.

The Imperial Cholas, Part II: Uniting South India under a highly organized and efficient monarchic form of governance

Rural governance under the Cholas followed a complex and well-organised system comprising of numerous officials and committees,

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